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Copays Explained

2019-01-09T10:11:01+00:00Monday, November 10, 2014|

A Basic Explanation If you have insurance and you get sick, you either make an appointment to see your doctor or drop by an urgent care clinic (or, if it’s

Office Visits Explained

2019-01-09T11:32:07+00:00Sunday, November 9, 2014|

A Basic Explanation When you visit a doctor, the amount you’ll have to pay will depend on what type of doctor you’re seeing and what the office visit is for.

Summary of Benefits Explained

2019-01-09T12:13:53+00:00Saturday, November 8, 2014|

A Basic Explanation Reading the fine print on a health insurance policy is no one’s idea of fun, but it’s definitely worth the effort. Choosing a policy based on the

Provider Networks Explained

2019-01-09T11:56:05+00:00Saturday, November 8, 2014|

A Basic Explanation Your health plan has a list of doctors, facilities, and other providers who are contracted to offer healthcare services to you at an agreed-upon cost. This is

Open Enrollment Period Explained

2019-01-09T11:37:24+00:00Saturday, November 8, 2014|

A Basic Explanation Open enrollment is a window of time when you can sign up for comprehensive health insurance or change your plan. The open enrollment period to buy coverage

Premiums Explained

2019-01-09T11:48:19+00:00Saturday, November 8, 2014|

A Basic Explanation Once you buy a health insurance plan, you'll have to pay a health insurance bill every month. This is your monthly premium. You pay your premium directly

Government Marketplaces Explained

2019-01-09T10:49:48+00:00Friday, November 7, 2014|

A Basic Explanation You may have heard the term "health insurance marketplace" or "health insurance exchange" in the news lately. It's a key element of Obamacare, formally known as the

Metal Tiers Explained

2019-01-09T11:19:27+00:00Friday, November 7, 2014|

A Basic Explanation Any health insurance plan you buy is going to pay a portion of your healthcare costs. But how generous will each plan be? What share of your